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Breakthrough Fundraising Letters Paperback – December 18, 2007

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''Breakthrough Fundraising Letters is our new best friend in our Development office. This manual is chock full of real-life examples and instructions on how to do the important work of direct mail fundraising, and how to do it better! Every development office, whether non or for-profit, needs to have a copy of this book, and to refer to it often. I highly recommend it and give it a reader's rating of 5.'' --Dale Nye, Providence College and Seminary

''Really busy?? Want to boost your donors response? Then buy this excellent resource book. It will help you write more effectively. ''Breakthrough Fundraising Letters'' is on my desk all the time. I use it for letters, for email responses, and for newletter inserts. I even use it for prior planning as I prepare myself before meeting face to face with a donor. This book helps keep one centred and focused. Alan Sharpe has written a ''MUST HAVE'' book for all fundraisers.'' --Heather McLean

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Alan Sharpe is a direct mail fundraising copywriter, consultant and coach. He helps non-profit organizations to attract donors, raise funds and retain supporters using creative fundraising letters. Sharpe publishes Direct Mail Fundraising Today, the only weekly newsletter dedicated to raising funds with paper and postage. Sharpe's strategic fundraising counsel is read by more that 6,000 fundraisers worldwide each week. Sharpe has written over 120 articles and 25 handbooks on direct mail fundraising. His telephone seminars attract listeners from Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. A dynamic and entertaining speaker, Sharpe delivers workshops and keynote talks to the Association of Fundraising Executives and other groups each year.

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